INSIDE THE COLOR-CHANGING COLUMNS AT LOS ANGELES INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT "Design one and you've designed them all was the impression we had originally," says LD Jeremy Windle with a sigh. Thirty freestanding glass columns, or pylons, ranging from 25' to over 100' in height (8-30m), were planned for installation along the roadways to greet visitors at the Los Angeles International Airport as they approach the terminal hub. "At night, all the columns were to be internally illuminated," adds ...
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